The Nebular Variables - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080179490, 9781483157610

The Nebular Variables

1st Edition

International Series of Monographs in Natural Philosophy

Authors: John S. Glasby
Editors: D. Ter Haar
eBook ISBN: 9781483157610
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1974
Page Count: 220
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Description

The Nebular Variables focuses on the nebular variables and their characteristics. Discussions are organized by type of nebular variable, namely, RW Aurigae stars, T Orionis stars, T Tauri stars, and peculiar nebular objects. Topics range from light variations of the stars to their spectroscopic and physical characteristics, spatial distribution, interaction with nebulosity, and evolutionary features. This volume is divided into four sections and consists of 25 chapters, the first of which provides general information on nebular variables, including their stellar associations and their classification into three distinct groups: RW Aurigae, T Orionis and T Tauri variables. These three groups of nebular variables are examined in more detail in the chapters that follow in terms of their light variations, spatial distribution, interaction with nebulosity, and spectroscopic, physical, and evolutionary characteristics. Visual and photoelectric light curves, mass loss determined spectroscopically, luminosities, and stellar radii are considered. The book also explores the possibility that some of the nebulae associated with certain nebular variables have evolved from a protoplanetary disc of material consisting of both gas and solid matter. Peculiar nebular variables such as the long period variable R Aquarii, Herbig-Haro objects, symbiotic variables, and infrared stars are analyzed as well. This book is written primarily for students and teachers of astronomy.

Table of Contents


List of Plates

Foreword

Acknowledgments

Introduction

1. General Information on Nebular Variables

Part I RW Aurigae Variables

2. Light variations of RW Aurigae Stars

3. Spectroscopic Characteristics

4. Physical Characteristics of RW Aurigae Stars

5. Spatial Distribution

6. Interaction with Nebulosity

7. Evolutionary Characteristics

Part II T Orionis Variables

8. Light Variations of T Orionis Stars

9. Spectroscopic Characteristics

10. Physical Characteristics of T Orionis Stars

11. Spatial Distribution

12. Interaction with Nebulosity

13. Evolutionary Characteristics

Part III T Tauri Variables

14. Light Variations in T Tauri Stars

15. Spectroscopic Characteristics

16. Physical Characteristics of T Tauri Stars

17. Spatial Distribution

17. Interaction with Nebulosity

19. Evolutionary Characteristics

20. Evidence of Protoplanetary Systems

Part IV Peculiar Nebular Variables

21. R Aquarii

22. Herbig-Haro Objects

23. Symbiotic Variables

24. Peculiar Nebular Objects

25. Infrared Stars

Variable Star Index

Name Index

Subject Index

Other Titles in the Series Natural Philosophy


Details

No. of pages:
220
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1974
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483157610

About the Author

John S. Glasby

About the Editor

D. Ter Haar